March 9, 2021

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Please note that as the City is responding to the current COVID-19 health crisis, it is important to keep members of the public, the Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation (CHAP), and staff as safe as possible. For that reason, we will conduct this meeting as a remote video conference meeting through WebEx. We will continue to update you as needed. 

A recording of the hearing can be found here:

March 2021 Hearing Minutes

12:30 Briefing Session

Chairman’s Report, Committee Reports, Staff Reports


1:00 Public Hearing

Minutes – February 9, 2021


City Council Bill 21-0035* – Landmark List Reed Calloway House (1316 North Carey Street)

Request: Report on City Council Bill 21-0035

Owner: Trendline Properties LLC

Applicant: Councilmember Torrence

Staff:  Lauren Schiszik


City Council Bill 21-0023* – Urban Renewal – Amendment

Request:  Report on City Council Bill 21-0023

Applicant: Councilmember Glover

Staff: Stacy Montgomery

Staff Report


*These bills are being reintroduced in place of bills that did not pass in the last council term.




CC Bill 21-0028 Landmark List - Clifton School (2670 Kennedy Avenue)

Request: Designate as a Potential Landmark; and Designate as a Baltimore City Landmark, pursuant to City Council Bill 21-0028

Owner: Montpelier / Kennedy Associates Limited Partnership

Applicant: Councilmember Ramos

Staff: Lauren Schiszik

Staff Report

Landmark Designation Report



Baltimore City Historic Preservation Guidelines

Request: NO ACTION ITEM - Introduction to Guideline Revisions to be Voted on at April CHAP Hearing

Staff:  Caitlin Audette


414 Wilson Street (Upton's Marble Hill Historic District)

Request: Retroactive Approval to Demolish Building / Demolition Hearing 1- Determination of Architectural Significance

Applicant: Demolition Man Contracting, Inc.(Contractor), Arrika Ashe (Owner)

Staff: Eddie Leon

Staff Report


Please note that part of the meeting for the briefing session may be closed, as per provisions of the Open Meetings Act.

If you require special accommodations to participate in the public hearing, please contact Eric.Holcomb ( at least 5 business days prior to the hearing.